One of the many benefits to living on campus is getting to connect personally with interesting faculty members. Getting to know a faculty member on campus can help you find your major, increase your job and research opportunities, and help you later in your academic career when you need letters of recommendation for scholarships, graduate school, and job applications. Faculty fellows are instructors and professors at the University of Oregon who want to get to know you and help you get connected with the campus. The faculty fellows are fascinating people and they are great when you have questions about classes or about the Eugene area. They can help you gain confidence interacting with your other professors too. You will find faculty fellows in the dining halls, holding office hours, and putting on events. Connecting with the faculty in your residence halls is a great way to get involved and make the college experience more rewarding.
Meet Your Faculty in the Halls
Faculty Fellow; Associate Professor, East Asian Languages
Faculty Fellow; Research Associate, Neuroscience
Faculty Fellow; Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture
Faculty Fellow; Professor, Biology; Director, Institute of Neuroscience
Faculty Fellow; Instructor of Confidence, Advertising, School of Journalism and Communication
Faculty Fellow; Director of Student Engagement, Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement (CURE)
Faculty Fellow; Instructor and Advisor, Anthropology
Faculty Fellow; Lecture Demonstrator, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Faculty Fellow; Astronomy Lecturer and Outreach Coordinator, Physics
Faculty Fellow; Assistant Professor of Clarinet, School of Music and Dance
Recommend a New Faculty Fellow
Have you met an awesome instructor or professor at the UO who would be a great faculty fellow? We are always looking for faculty members who students want to connect with. Let us know who you recommend!